Optimizing Your Shell Scripts: Best Practices for Efficiency and Performance

In this post, we will explore best practices for improving performance and efficiency in shell scripts. We will cover topics such as minimizing disk I/O, reducing unnecessary commands and processes, and utilizing built-in shell functions and features.


AI and Machine Learning: Shaping the Future

AI and machine learning have taken the.comnology industry by storm, and there's no doubt that they're here to stay. Their ability to learn, adapt and make decisions on their own has opened up a whole new world of possibilities. In this post, we'll explore the world of AI and machine learning and how they're changing the way we live and work.


A VPN for privacy ... 🤔! Really ?

Many people have the false idea, that VPNs provide a layer of privacy and anonymity against Cyberthreats 🤷. In this post I'll explain why that's simply not true, provide cases when you might need one, and how to actually be private.


Is your data ever really deleted?

No data is really gone, it doesn't matter if you are on Linux/MacOs or Windows ... 😕 In this post I'll explain how you can securely delete/recover files in Linux 🐧


Easily configure Hyprland and install the relevant Xwayland native packages

Fully configure/rice Hyprland to make it fully functional


Minimal Hyprland installation on a fresh Archlinux

Simple guide to setup Hyprland on Linux 🐧 (Archlinux) machine 💻 #1


The Ultimate guide to military grade encryption with GnuPg

Cryptography creates trust by assuming its absence and that no one is trustworthy.

bash script to learn languages

How Shell scripting helped me learn languages 📚

In this post I'll go through How i created a bash script to get the correct pronounciation of words

Watch YouTube from the command line

Watch YouTube from the command line with Ytfzf

Install Ytfzf to Watch YouTube videos in a completely brand NEW way!. Ytfzf is A posix script to find and watch YouTube videos from the terminal.

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The Ultimate Note-Taking System 🗒 | Pandoc, Markdown and Vimwiki

The quickest and effective way I've come across to take notes on a laptop. Is by using Pandoc & Markdown. You can create presentation slides, PDFs or craft a resume. Vim makes it even a lot easier with 'Vim Macros' and 'abbreviations'; Although that would be the subject for another post.